Over the weekend, the Washington Post included a story on the momentum that the Romney campaign has gained in the past week, citing promising polling numbers and primary wins, as well as recent unemployment and job creation numbers that aren’t helping President Obama’s image. The WG’s David Winston says this is a good opportunity for Romney:
“This is an inflection moment where the public is listening to both candidates at a policy level, and for a challenger that’s a huge opportunity,” said David Winston, a Republican strategist. “The problem that Obama has at this point is that people are looking at where he has gotten the economy and whether he will stay the course or change policies. It’s a better policy context for Romney’s campaign and for him. He has a unique chance to lay out his solutions.”
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